a UK version of DARPA, narrowly focussed* on Colossal AI Fields with Untold Opportunities? ....
..... You're 'avin' a larf, mate. That's not narrow focussing, that's specific targetting.
"The security minister Baroness Neville-Jones told MPs that commercialisation of the Cheltenham spy agency's technology and services is a "live issue".
She appeared yesterday before the Science and Technology Select Committee to answer questions on the government's approach to national emergencies, including cyber attacks.
"You are taking me on to ground, chairman, that we are thinking about," she told the Committee."
Does the security minister Baroness Neville-Jones and GCHQ realise that an additional current "live issue" is Pirating of Spy Agencies for Stealthy Invincible Security Cloud Cover in Virtual Systems of Operation .... and Rogue Command and Control Campaigns. ...... which SMART Use of Present Technologies in the CyberSpace Theatre deliver in Easily Shared Ubiquitous Special Applications of Programming.
And is that/this, CESG penetrations testing the UK Security System for CyberIntelAIgent Strengths and Program Weaknesses to Exploit/Export/Commercialise, or some other Body/Assured Arm.
It is odd to imagine that every country has an Intelligence Chief who thinks that they have a handle on events, whenever all that they really have and may do, is to react to situations elsewhere, rather than lead them from home, with a world wide web following.
Does anyone else offer that SMARTer Servicing of Client and Customer Bases? And Intelligence makes Money. It is therefore most likely not something you sell nearly as profitably as buying into, for then does one always have Prime Current Views from All Sources for the Bigger Pictures in ITs Great Game World Series.
What do you think now of the show you are watching, BB?
* .... Asgard Posted Thursday 2nd December 2010 14:14 GMT